Talking to a girl one-on-one can be tough, but when you've got an audience it can be really hard. You can learn to approach a girl in a group with more confidence and find things to talk about.
1. Evaluate the group dynamic. Not every group is going to be appropriate to approach. Is this a group of girls commiserating over a group member's break up? Are they talking about work or is a family member sick? Listen in without seeming obvious for cues.
If it is a serious topic you're best not to talk to her. If it is light-hearted, then you're probably safe to proceed.
2.Be a part of the group. The first part of talking to any group is blending in without making it too obvious. Look for a natural opening in a group, or wait until you overhear something good, so you don't just butt into a conversation. Make yourself seem like you're part of the group without invading the group's space.
It is okay to jump in as long as you do it in a nice manner. Ask her questions relating to the subject. Say, "I'm lost here, what are we talking about. Gimme the spoiler?"
Don't just walk up to a group of people you don't know and start standing there and listening. That'll be a big creepy turn-off.
3. Join in. Listen to what the group is talking about, and start contributing to whatever they're talking about. Use the subjects the group is talking about to your advantage.
Introduce yourself if necessary. If the group is talking about a recent movie, join the conversation and share your impressions.
Talk to the entire group of girls. Don't try to single out the girl you're trying to talk to immediately. Depending on the girl, she could be worried about offending her friends, or feel bad that they aren't being given the same amount of attention.
4. Start your side conversation. After starting the conversation relating to what the group is talking about, slowly transition into just talking to the girl you want to talk to. Turn toward her and make eye contact. Address the things you say to her, instead of the group.
Start making little side comments that other people won't be able to hear. Keeping her interested in what you are saying will make her distracted from the rest of the group, and eventually, focusing more on you.
5. Keep talking. Eventually, the group might leave you two alone to talk, and it'll be a lot easier to carry on a one-on-one conversation in private. Ask her lots of questions and continue making eye contact to make her feel like you're talking to her specifically.
If you they don't leave, make sure to include the other members of her group in the conversation so they won't be left out. However, make sure you are still fun of the conversation so that you are also getting a chance to talk to the girl while having fun. Most girls think it's nice when guys are nice to their friends.
6. Disengage if it doesn't work. Sometimes, the best tactic is to chat for a while and then move elsewhere. Keep making eye-contact with the girl you were trying to talk to. This can be a great way of seeing if she's interested in talking more with you. If she leaves the group and goes to find you? Good sign.
If you never meet back up, wait unit the end of the night. When her group is leaving, pull her aside quickly and tell her what a great time you've had. Tell her you'd love to meet her for coffee or a drink sometime.
This are some of the ways you can talk to a girl in a group
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